4 October 2023

~1 minutes read

21% increase in demand for COPE Galway’s domestic abuse service

Share story:
21% increase in demand for COPE Galway’s domestic abuse service

There has been a 21% increase in the number of women and children seeking support through COPE Galway’s domestic abuse service

617 women and 226 children were supported through this arm of the service according to the newly published Annual Report for 2022

Our reporter Leah Hogarty attended today’s Zoom launch and shares some of the report’s key findings:

Share story:

Government funding for Headford, An Cheathrú Rua and Oranmore under Town Support Fund

Three towns in Galway will receive €10,000 each in funding to support community developments and projects, The combined €30,000 will help support Head...

Two days of road resurfacing works to get underway tomorrow on the R353 at Ballinakill

Two days of road resurfacing works will get underway tomorrow on the R353 at Ballinakill As a result this section of the road will be temporally closed to...

Tuam launch for Croí's Community Mobile Health Unit

The heart and stroke charity Croí has chosen Tuam as the location to launch its Community Mobile Health Unit. The initiative is possible thanks to the Jo...

Deal reached between HSE and County Council for sale of Grove House Site in Gort

A deal has been reached between the HSE and Galway County Council for the sale of the Grove House Site in Gort. Fianna Fáil Gort-Kinvara area Councillor ...